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'OLD SCHOOL': Iffy said Ron was not racist after remarks about Marcel Desailly DEBATE: Iffy Onuora when he was boss of Walsall.
At least Willie will be able to look the new gaffer in the Adam's apple, way north of where he reached on big Iffy.
'He achieved a great deal as a manager over a long period of time and, providing everyone at Swindon remembers Iffy is the manager and he is comfortable with it, Ron's experience can be a useful sounding board.'
"I think some of the bidders for the Verizon building might be getting cold feet because they see the MetLife building's core returns as a lot more attractive than iffy 7% returns from the Verizon building that are based on the condition that you can get $85 per s/f rents," said an insider working on the MetLife building's sale.
Despite efforts by North American newsprint producers to slash capacity, demand has been iffy. While newsprint mills are now pushing for newsprint price increases, demand remains only tepidly better.
Paul Martin without question has things wrapped up as we speak, but his halo is going to be so damaged by the time the leadership contest is over a majority government for the Liberals will be very iffy. His problem is that he has peaked too soon, and his many weaknesses have been forgotten and unchallenged.
TRANMERE ROVERS have resolved their search for a striker by signing the experienced Iffy Onoura from Grimsby Town.
Such usage is fine in a chatty, colloquial style, even though a bit iffy by modern grammatical standards."
All this he renders in the kind of iffy print technique that detractors have derided as "high school."
In Germany, where mast eisweins are produced, freezing conditions at the crucial harvest time are iffy. Limited in supply therefore, the nectar is astronomically priced.
Mills and Schultz both say that infrared versions seem possible, but visible-frequency ones are more iffy. Says Schultz, "The race to higher frequency has begun!"
It is a prerequisite to the belief in the iffy possibility of using a long stick to hit a very small ball a tremendous distance down a field and into a remarkably tiny hole.